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From:Warren Young Date:March 5 2005 8:17am
Subject:RELEASE: v1.7.31
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1.7.31, 2005.03.05 The "Inevitable Point-one Followup" release

     o Check for threads support must now be explicitly requested via
       configure script's new --enable-thread-check flag.

     o Fix for contacting MySQL server on a nonstandard port number.
       Thanks to Chris Frey for this patch.

     o Example programs using standard command line format now accept a
       fourth optional parameter, a port number for the server.  Thanks
       for Chris Frey for this patch.

     o One more g++ 3.4 pedantic warning fix by Chris Frey.

     o Exception handling in resetdb is no longer nested, because you'd
       get a segfault on some systems when an exception was thrown from
       one of the inner try blocks.

     o Improvements to Connection class's handling of locking mechanism.
       Some patches by Rongjun Mu, plus improvements by Warren Young.

     o Implemented the declared-but-never-defined Query::lock().  Thanks
       to Rongjun Mu for this patch.

     o Cleaned up some unclear if/else blocks in connection.cpp by
       adding explicit braces, correct indenting and putting normal
       code path in the if side instead of the else.

As always, it is available at http://tangentsoft.net/mysql++/
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RELEASE: v1.7.31Warren Young5 Mar
  • Re: RELEASE: v1.7.31Zahroof Mohamed9 Mar
    • Re: RELEASE: v1.7.31Warren Young9 Mar